There are few areas across the Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf of Mexico that should be watched over the next week to 10 days. Full information on all of this at http://crownweather.com/
#1 - Area of disturbed weather now Invest 99L is expected to pull northwestward and northward and possibly impact Bermuda this weekend as a tropical storm.
#2 - There is a tropical disturbance over the far eastern Atlantic which is expected to push westward & has a chance to try and develop next week as it tracks towards the Lesser Antilles.
#3 - The Western Caribbean where climatologically it is an area that needs to be monitored closely during October. Development is unlikely for at least the next few days, however, it is an area that should be watched because the Madden Julian Oscillation is heading into a favorable phase for development over the western Atlantic within the next 7 to 10 days or so. It should be noted that the last couple of model forecasts from the European model have hinted that an area of low pressure may form over the northwestern Caribbean late next week or next weekend. So, it is an area that may need to be watched as we get into the later parts of next week.